Amy Winehouse’s Camden home to go under the hammer
Amy Winehouse’s former Camden home will be put up for auction next month for �1.8million.
The vacant four-storey property in Camden Square will go under the hammer at BAFTA in Piccadilly on December 3.
The three-bedroom house contains a two bathrooms, a gym, reception room, and a sound proofed ‘music room’, and was put up for sale by the late singer’s family back in May.
Winehouse was found dead at the house in July last year aged just 27. It is reported it attracted more interest from fans than prospective buyers.
It comes weeks after two dresses were reported stolen from the house last month. Her wedding dress and a cocktail dress, worth a combined �130,000, were due to be auctioned in aid of the Amy Winehouse Foundation.